Martin Gebert schrieb:
> Then this should make the "Qt4 classes/includes" folders persistent
> after importing a .pro file, right? On the same note, do you know of a
> way to automate the folder setup with qmake??
Sorry, I don't have any experience concerning the usage of .pro files.
(In my company we use MPC for the platform independent management of
software project settings, as there are lots of non QT-projects.
see: The Makefile, Project, and Workspace Creator (MPC)
> BTW, since I tried your "Qt4 includes" suggestion some hours ago, and
> after deleting the folder shortly after, code completion is still
> working though (but not reliably every time)... Wonders of MSVS and its
> Project File Chaos? >:-\
You are right, I came across this effect, too. (And it is even
persistent, as you will discover when you close and reopen the MSVC IDE).
The reason is the non-compile browser database file (.ncb) where this
kind of information is stored.
But as this is a QT newsgroup, we should discuss this Microsoft specific
issue in another place ...
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